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Full text of "The Ethnology Of Beda Badaga Jangam Caste In Andhra Pradesh"

6.3.1982 issued by the 2nd respondent herein treating me as be-
longing to scheduld caste. Based on the said proceedings, the
2nd respondent also issued proceedings in Memo No.B/20 dated
8.5.1984 which was received by me on 10.5.1984 stating that
orders issued in MemoNo.B/55 dated 6.3.1982 treating me as
belonging to scheduled caste are treated as cancelled.

8.      I submit that the 1st and 2nd respondents must have based
their orders on the Memo dated 5.4.1984 issued by the 2nd
respondnet. The 1st and 2nd respondnets did not issue any show
casue notice to me before cancelling Memo No.B/55 dated
6.31982 issued by the 2nd respondent herein. The action of the
1st and 2nd respondents in cancelling the said memo is opposed
to cannons of fair play. It is totally arbitrary and un-reasonable. It
violates fundamental principle of natural justice that no man should
be condemned unheard. Every arbitrary action violates the fun-
damental right guaranteed under Art. 14 of the Constitution of
India.

9.      I submit that as already stated above, there is also a direc-
tion in the Memo dated 5.4.1984 that all caste certificates issued
to Beda (Budaga) Jangams should be cancelled and persons who
submitted the caste certificates should be prosecuted. Pursuant
to the same only, although the said directions are not binding on
respondents 1 and 2, have cancelled the proceedings No.B.755
dated 6.3.1982 issued in my favour declaring me as belonging to
scheduled caste. They may now initiate proceedings to prosecute
me also which is totally un-justified and unwarranted.

10.    i submit that in the circumstances stated above, I have no
other effective or alternative remedy than to invoke the extraordi-
nary jurisdiction of this Hon'ble Court under Article 226 of the Con-

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